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(M3 Topic A) Students define and deepen understanding of dilation.

Topic A) Students extend the meaning of an exponential expression to allow for rational and irrational exponents.

(Module 2) Students build on their understanding of rational numbers to add, subtract, multiply, and divide numbers.

(Module Students extend knowledge of geometry topics including: angles, area, surface area, and volume.

(Module 3) Students learn about dilation and similarity.

(Module Students apply properties of operations to solve expressions, equations, and inequalities including geometry problems.

(Module 3) Students synthesize and generalize what they have learned about a variety of function families.

Topic A) Students transcribe written statements using symbolic notation.

(M5 Topic B) Students define the measure of an arc.

Topic B) Students learn definition of similarity and the properties of similarities.

(M2 Topic D) Students begin the learning of Pythagorean Theorem.

Topic E) Students explore Pythagorean triples.

(M1 Topic A) Students begin the study of linearity.

Topic B) Students model the relationship between two quantitative variables.

(Module 1) Students extending the properties of exponents to integer exponents.

Topic B) Students learn to sequence combinations of rigid motions while maintaining basic properties of individual rigid motions.

(M4 Topic C) Students understand that the slope of a line describes the rate of change of a line.

Topic C) Students understand that the slope of a line describes the rate of change of a line.

(M5 Topic A) Students learn to compute or estimate probabilities using a variety of methods.

Topic E) Students express operations in algebraic form.

(M1 Topic D) Students determine if drawings are a reduction or enlargement of a two-dimensional picture.

(Module Students investigate and relate ratios, rates, and percents, applying reasoning in real world problem solving.

(M3 Topic B) Students study the properties of two-dimensional and three-dimensional space.

Topic A) Students discover the important role functions play in making predictions.

(Module 4) Students deepen their understanding of ratios and proportions by solving a variety of percent problems.

(Module Students deepen their understanding of ratios and proportions by solving a variety of percent problems.

(M7 Topic D) Students learn that radical expressions naturally arise in geometry.

Topic D) Students learn that radical expressions naturally arise in geometry.

(M6 Topic C) Students summarize data sets in relation to their context and the shape of the distribution.

Topic C) Students summarize data sets in relation to their context and the shape of the distribution.

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